Good afternoon. If you have the same net worth or yours is more than his, then you should enter into a pre-marital agreement to insure that your assets remain yours. Also, in any case, you will want to address your will and make sure that anything you want to go to your daughters goes directly to them rather to your new husband and if it's property and you want your new husband to be able to live on it for some period of time that it is at most a life estate that terminates on his death so that it goes to your daughters.
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